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VolparaAnalytics from Volpara Solutions Used to Compare Force, Pressure, Volumetric Density and Mammographic Dose between US and Dutch Patient Populations WELLINGTON,
A magnetic resonance spectroscopy technique that monitors biochemical changes in tissue could improve the management of women at risk of breast cancer, according to a new study published online,
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Pharmacyclics, Inc.
Varian presenting cancer treatment strategy to governments and healthcare leaders at Africa Healthcare Summit in London LONDON, Feb.
Graphene, the ultra-strong and highly-conductive material typically thought of as a potential component for electronic devices or advanced composites, could also be used to combat several different forms of cancer, experts from the University of Manchester have discovered.
Analysis of 285 Patient Subgroup Shows an Impressive Statistically Significant 59% Improvement in Overall Survival LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J., Feb.
Clinical Breast Cancer is a peer-reviewed medical journal established in 2000 and published bimonthly by Elsevier. As of May 2012, the editor-in-chief is George W. Sledge, Jr. The journal publishes original articles describing various aspects of clinical and translational research of breast cancer. It is devoted to articles on detection, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of breast cancer. The main emphasis is on recent scientific developments in all areas related to breast cancer....
Breast Cancer Research and Treatment is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Springer Verlag. It focuses on the treatment of and investigations in breast cancer. The journal is targeted towards a wide audience of clinical researchers, epidemiologists, immunologists, and cell biologists whom are interested in breast cancer. Articles in this journal include: original research, invited reviews, discussions on controversial issues, book reviews, meeting reports, letters to the editors,...
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